Etymology
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Words related to -or

labour 

chiefly British English spelling of labor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or. With capital L-, short for "the British Labour Party," it is attested from 1892; the party name itself is from 1886.

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labourer (n.)

chiefly British English spelling of laborer; for suffix, see -or.

neighbour 

chiefly British English spelling of neighbor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.

neighbourhood 

chiefly British English spelling of neighborhood; for spelling, see -or.

odour (n.)

chiefly British English spelling of odor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.

parlour 

chiefly British English spelling of parlor (q.v.); see -or.

rancour (n.)

chiefly British English spelling of rancor; for ending see -or. Related: Rancourous; rancourously.

rigour (n.)

chiefly British English spelling of rigor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.

rumour 

chiefly British English spelling of rumor; see -or. Related: Rumoured; rumouring.

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